Thank you for your fast reply.
I can't find any "modified JDBC driver", only the "JDBC extension"
postgis.jar (your link), which I use und which doesn't help. postgis.jar
seems to be an add-on to the default JDBC driver, not an replacement.
I use postgis_1.3.5.jar with postgresql-8.3-603.jdbc3.jar
It would be great if you can show me where to get the "modified JDBC
As PostGIS is a common extension to PostgreSQL, wouldn't it be good to
handle this case in the default JDBC driver?
On 2009-02-03 17:43, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Bjoern Weitzig" writes:
> > I use arrays like "select array(select n from a)". This works well
> > the case with geometry as datatype.
> The geometry type intentionally uses ':' as the array delimiter. It
> seems like a good bet that the JDBC driver you're using doesn't expect
> anything but ',' as array delimiter. I checked with the postgis-devel
> list and they recommend using the modified JDBC driver that's
> distributed with postgis.
> regards, tom lane
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